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Referred -- and I didn't -- -- are -- the White House and the only seat up for grabs as election control of the house and the senate.
As we even mentioning will also be decided by voters today Peter Barnes in our super cool virtual studio all day here at Fox Business.
To bring us the balance of power Peter you look Star Wars like in there -- -- a lot of.
-- I am in the coolest studio on the building make no mistake about it all of this is a virtual so let's go first right virtually right to the senate.
Where there's a real question tonight about who ends up in control of this chamber.
The right now the Democrats have a three seat lead.
51 to 47 for the Republicans.
They have to independence -- who -- caucus with them.
And one of those independents is retiring from the state of Connecticut Joseph Lieberman.
And so we're seeing a very tough fight in Connecticut to succeed -- -- the battle is between Republican.
Linda McMahon a former executive of the world wrestling federation WWE she's facing off against congressman Chris Murphy three term congressman.
A lot of money being spent in this race personally -- -- she's dumped forty million more than forty million into this race so far as -- -- she also spent.
About fifty million.
To in the senate race in 2010 against Richard Blumenthal who did win that race but right now this looks like it might be an uphill fight for -- man.
Despite all the monies that she spent it.
It as they -- voters go to the polls today Murphy is slightly ahead in the polls are now one place that Republicans are on the defensive is in the state of Massachusetts.
Where the Democrats are trying to recapture Ted Kennedy's old seat Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren a consumer advocate as your call from Washington is a going up against incumbent Scott Brown -- -- Republican.
Brown was elected in 2010 as you were calling and to succeed.
Ted Kennedy after he died.
And but this is turning into a tough fight for brown this is -- the bluest of the Blue States it went 62%.
For Obama in 2008.
Republicans hope to keep this seat but Democrats are hoping that that a high turnout today with some Obama coattails will put Elizabeth Warren.
Into the senate ladies back -- you.
Barnes I would of never expected GD say that that that Elizabeth Warren resuscitate -- -- Connecticut race has gotten so heavily the mudslinging and the ads are almost to Stanley evil.
It's politics as Paris and and I guess Peter Barnes you look cool.
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